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Fake News: Educating Students on Truth and Media

It can feel like an uphill battle, trying to educate students about how to identify good information in a society trending towards an inability to discern truth.
  • In 2017, two thirds of American adults got news from social media.
  • A 2016 Stanford report found that 80-90% of high school students struggle to judge the credibility of online information.
  • A 2019 Stanford report found that more than half of high schoolers fail to evaluate the validity of the media they consume.

This PowerPD course will equip you with the tools and strategies to be able to spot fake news, understand it, and combat it!
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What you are going to learn

A few more words about this course

This course attempts to fill the knowledge gaps that modern people have in classical art, as these are the very foundations of any modern artistic creation.
Throughout this course you will discover how classical artists:

  • Make use of space
  • Take inspiration from their environment and their cultural context
  • Create art to express, explore, and question the world around them
  • Respond to the social, cultural, and political issues of their time through works of art
  • Use materials

Penelope Goddard

Painter, instructor, writer
About
Penelope Goddard began painting at the age of six. She attended the Johnson School of Art at the age of ten and later began studying classical art. At the age of 18 she was accepted at St. Markus Institute of Art on a full scholarship. Her art series have been exhibited in the US  Europe.

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Walter White
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LearnWorlds is the best learning platform I found so far. I was pleasantly surprised with the possibilities.
Walter White
Senior product manager